Musings About Life... After Birth
Posted by Chelsea on October 01, 2008
As I’m sure you all know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To do our part, The Momtourage will be donating all of its ad revenues this month to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. Additionally, we’ll be donating a dollar for every new mailing list registration we receive this month! To encourage you all to sign up, we’re giving away all sorts of fantastic Breast Cancer awareness pink items this month (remember - to win any of our giveaways, you must be registered for our mailing list!).
First up: one of my all-time favorite things on the planet: The no!no! at-home laser hair removal device.
Pink no!no!, $250, sephora.com.
no!no!, Sephora’s exclusive next generation hair removal system, is changing the shaving routines of women around the world. Portable and sleek, it utilizes revolutionary Thermicon technology, a gentle heat wave that destroys hair without pain or irritation, to safely reduce hair re-growth up to 64%. It gives professional removal treatments, like lasers and electrolysis, a run for their money. Over time, you’ll notice decreased hair density, a lot less stubble and a lot more time spent not shaving. Created by Radiancy Ltd., it’s a whole new concept in hair removal, in the privacy of your own home. Like any professional hair treatment, it takes time and dedication to achieve your desired results. The same holds true for the revolutionary no!no! hair removal system; with all the right moves, stubble-free, smoother skin will be yours. Be sure to follow the directions closely for the safest, most effective results.
We’re giving away 20 pink no!no!s, so if you wanna be hair-free - not to mention contribute to a great cause, sign up, sisters!
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- Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day® All Purpose Cleaner
I don't understand gals who claim to loooove cleaning. That said, I do get a certain joy from using Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day® All Purpose Cleaner to care for my home. You can't lose with this stuff...it is hard-working & earth-friendly, and will leave your abode smelling like a day spa instead of a chemical spill. Try Lemon Verbena in the kitchen and Basil in the bathroom. At only $7.99 a bottle, you can afford to pick up both!
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Um, does this even need a caption? Doubtful, but let me just say that this is the hottest hour on television. Vampires are seriously sexy (especially Eric), and on this show you get to see a lot of them--if you get what I mean. Put the kids to bed and flip the channel to HBO on Sundays at 9 p.m. to taste the fun that is True Blood.
- Valentino Bow Thong Sandals
So comfy and feminine, I know I'd wear them all summer. But dang, that much money for jellies? Possibly worth the splurge. $275, nordstrom.com
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My boys have wide feet, which means finding cute shoes for them is tough. These, however, rock. Prices vary, visit nbwebexpress.com to purchase.
- Zoya “Laurie” Nail Polish
This sheer pink polish is, without question, the PERFECT nude pink. Plus, the polish is free of formaldehyde, toluene, camphor and dibutyl phthalate (read: yucky crap that isn't really safe for prego gals). $6, enailsupply.com.
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